Concussion Resources

Interested in an educational presentation for your group?

The Sport-Related Concussion Centre team is committed to promoting awareness of concussion and its management within the Windsor-Essex Community. Presentations are free and can be adjusted to fit the needs of your specific group.
For more information or to schedule a presentation, contact us at

Learn more about concussion

Brain Injury Association of Windsor-Essex

Website of the Brain Injury Association of Windsor-Essex; includes educational information about brain injury, plus local events and support for individuals affected by brain injury and their carers.

Ontario Neurotrauma Foundation

The ONF is a non-profit organization funded by the government of Ontario aimed at preventing neuro-trauma and promoting well-being among individuals with neurotrauma.

Brain Canada

Brain Canada is a charitable organization that promotes research of diseases and disorders affecting the brain, spinal cord, and nervous system. Their website includes updates about cutting-edge research on concussion and brain injury in Canada.

Parachute Canada

Parachute Canada's website features a wealth of information and frequently asked questions about concussion, as well as online courses about concussion management and prevention. These courses are a great resource for parents, coaches, and players.

Concussion Awareness Training Tool

The Concussion Awareness Training Tool is an online concussion toolkit sponsored by BC Injury Research and Prevention Unit. The CATT features great videos aimed at promoting concussion awareness and understanding, tailored to specific groups (e.g., coaches, parents, or players).

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Includes concussion training modules for parents and coaches, plus information about concussion recovery.

Recovery from Mild Traumatic Brain Injury/Concussion: A Guide for Patients and their Families

This free handbook developed by the Michigan TBI Services and Prevention Council contains excellent information about what to expect during concussion and the recovery process.

Questions about concussion care?

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